What's something you're really good at?
- Is it a sport?
- Is it academics?
- Is it your job?
… How did you get so good at [whatever it is you’re good at]?
Did you take a step by step course?
Or did you develop competency through:
- Trial and error
- And relentless improvement over time?
… There’s a reason online courses are not effective training tools …
- They’re information-only
- They don’t incorporate real world experiences
- And they leave the customer, student, or employee without the necessary skill
Consider what an information, module-based learning experience objectively looks like:
- It’s just a series of messages
- It might as well be printed into a book or PDF
- Or a presentation … all you do is click through the information
You could take 10,000 online courses on website development and still not be able to:
- Build a website
- Update a website
- Or speak (articulately) about websites
Something is missing …
It’s why people say “School isn’t practical!”
… Because learning isn’t 2 dimensional …
You can’t develop skill by asking your audience:
- Did you read it?
- And can you retain it?
You build skill by asking your audience:
- Do you know what you need to do?
- Can you do it in real life?
- How are you going to do it better moving forward?
Learning is multidimensional, not linear:
- For students
- For employees
- For customers
(So why waste your customers’, students, or employees’ time with antiquated, linear solutions that leave them clicking through information in a hurry, without authentic engagment?)
You could instead be training, teaching, and coaching your audience with:
- Ongoing, in-your-face action (to facilitate curiosity, skill, and trust over time)
- Limitless training options (from live video broadcasts to audio-only webinars and private training to group training and then some, whatever the situation calls for)
- With easy to use software all in one place (no need to manage multiple platforms)
With the power of:
- Emailing software
- Webinar and broadcasting software
- Video conferencing software
- (Active) courseware software
- One on one training software
- Group training software
- Onboarding software
- Landing page (optin page) software
- And sales funnel software
All in one easy-to-use platform, no coding or design skills required.
One of our earliest users said, “This is really well built. It has the intuitiveness of Wix.”
Welcome to School of Action:
- It’s new
- It’s different
- It’s a paradigm shift
And the education platform the world needs most right now ...
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